High Rent in Denver: Ten Examples of What $1,000 a Month Will Get You

Recent stories about the tight rental market have inspired hundreds of comments at The good news is that if you look hard enough, $1,000 a month can still net you a decent place in metro Denver. The bad news: Considering that the per capita income in Denver is about $24,000, that's about half a month's salary for a lot of people.

From a one-bedroom sublet in LoDo to a horse property in Fort Collins, here's what we recently found available for $1,000 a month, followed by much more about rent prices in Denver.

See also: Reader Says Denver Rent Prices Are So High, They're Pushing People Into Homelessness

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Ana McKenzie
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